Remember all the times that we used to play You were lost and I would save you I don't think those feeling will ever fade You born a part of me
Won't you cure my tragedy Won't you cure my tragedy Don't take her smile away from me She's broken and I'm far away
Won't you cure my tragedy Won't you cure my tragedy Then I hope that you can hear me scream Won't you cure my tragedy
When I sit and think of the days we shared And the nights you covered before me Every little thing that I ever did You would stand by me Every time you would cry it would take my wind My heart would break If I could be strong like you were for me You are my faith
Won't you cure my tragedy Won't you cure my tragedy Don't take her smile away from me She's broken and I'm far away If you made the world a stage for me Then I hope that you could hear me scream Can you hear me scream Can you hear me scream
Won't you cure my tragedy Won't you cure my tragedy Don't take her smile away from me She's broken and I'm far away If you made the world a stage for me
I can't take this anymore I can't take this anymore Won't you take and give her pain to me 'Cause my whole life I've made mistakes
Writer/s: JEREMY D. MARSHALL, KELLY HAYES, RONALD WARD, RONALD WARD, JR., SAMUEL MC CANDLESS, SAMUEL ALAN MC CANDLESS, TERRY BALSAMO
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Zero from The Abyss, NjNick, New Zealand - his wife was divorcing him around the time his sister got the cancer, and update: the cancer has since gone into remission.
Becky from Cleves, Ohcold is amazing, its a shame the band is no longer together, they really had talent, and scooter was blessed with the gift of his lyrics, because just reading others feed back he has really saved alot of us with his music!
Nick from Papakura, New ZealandAlso Scotters wife (or was it girlfriend) got cancer around the same time. But the song was primarily about his sister.
Mikael from Pleasant View, Utyeah if ive seen cold live twice and each of those times he dedicated the song to his sister. Really moving song especially live.
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